A dry-brine technique which achieves similar results to wet brine by sprinkling kosher salt and letting it sit uncovered in the fridge for 12 hours. The salt draws out the meat juices by a process called osmosis, then the brine is reabsorbed into the meat keeping it moist and also breaking down tough muscle proteins. As the turkey skin hasn’t soaked in brine water, you get a crispier skin and a superior flavoured succulent meat than wet brines. Plus it’s so much easier. This video uses a the turkey crown or buffet but also applies to whole turkeys.